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new york from the year with the bombing campaign. everyone was focused on the prospect, especially after world war one showed us what a meat grinder war could be, that that meat grinder would come to their homes into their children. no one wanted the cities of europe to be destroyed. it was just a total nightmare. easily as much of a nightmare as well we're thinking could happen and remarkably enough, we call the lawyer said then. everyone agreed the league of nations, the hague convention, bombing civilian targets from the year was a war crime, and not only that, but fdr on september 1st 1939 was going to work with everybody else was. he used a moral authority of the united states test everyone of the combatants to agree right there not to bomb civilian targets by the year end from the end of the day he had the bridge from everybody, the nazis agreed to it, but polish, french, germans, and the british all agreed that they would not bomb from the air civilian targets and they didn't by and large. the liftoff had always said announcements and penalties for people who violated the st
attention, i'll write my own review in "the new york times." [laughter] but one revelation is that -- and this is a particularly interesting one -- you know, bud zumwalt, it turns out, and this was revealed in my book and now the documentation's available, will be in the museum. bud zumwalt's mother was jewish, and, therefore, he is jewish. by birth his mother is jewish. he never knew this. his mother had hid it his entire life, and i discuss this in the book. but if that is -- and it is true, because dna testing has conclusively determined that francis zumwalt was jewish and had hid it from her children and from everybody for reasons i discuss in the book that i don't want to really go into at the moment. but the interesting issue with respect to bud is that not only will he be considered as of today youngest cno in history, but he will now be considered and should be considered the first jewish cno replacing his dear friend admiral borta who is considered the first jewish cno. but, again, you know, in to olympics you would call this a technicality. but i do, i do have thi
. >> to access that. i was reading this while doing my cardio in "the new york times." and i said, it came to me. we shouldn't be burning carranza, we should be reading carranza. so we put together this program of three of my closest muslim friends and talk about what it means to me. and lalo came and spoke. i asked her why she does what she does. and she said, it is to keep my consciousness of god to alive. i think that's what we're talking about in part. keeping that a lie. would which you know will never abandon you and your friends. >> is their phone you wanted to and with? in this beautiful conversation? >> why don't you do that. >> these are yours. out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing, there is a field. when the soul lies down and across, the world is too full to talk about ideas and language and even to praise each other and it doesn't make any sense. this is a great book. i hope you'll buy it. thank you all very much for being with us. [applause] >> eboo patel is the founder of the interfaith youth core. for more information visit ifyc.org.org. >> you don't always find many new
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